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  1. Bookclub: Wilbur Smith

    Jim Naughtie

    Jim Naughtie presents Bookclub on BBC Radio 4

    Bookclub: Wilbur Smith

    Jim Naughtie presents Bookclub on BBC Radio 4

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  2. Michael Palin to join Sir David Attenborough as BBC Radio 4's Award-Winning Tweet of the Day Travels the World

    Radio 4

    Tweet of the Day is Radio 4’s year-long celebration of the wonder and poetry of birdsong.

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  3. Tweet of the Day - Kate Humble

    Radio 4

    Kate Humble presents Tweet of the Day in April

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  4. Tweet of the Day - Wildlife Cameraman, John Aitchison

    John Aitchison

    Wildlife Cameraman

    From the wildest Hebridean beach to a city supermarket car park, birds bring the world to life. Hear wildlife cameraman and photographer John Aitchison present Tweet of the Day from 10 to 28 February.

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  5. Tweet of the Day - Recording the Common Crane Chick

    Sarah Pitt

    Producer

    Recording the chicks of the Common Crane for Radio 4's Tweet of the Day

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  6. Tweet of the Day

    Sarah Blunt

    Senior Producer

    Sarah Blunt, Senior Producer, Natural History Radio Unit, introduces Tweet of the Day, Radio 4's year long celebration of British birds through their songs and calls. The series starts on 6th May with the first month presented by Sir David Attenborough.

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  7. The Manhattan Bee Testimonials

    Joby Waldman

    Producer

    This is the story of the search for the Manhattan Bee Man - a guy who apparently lives in New York with 250,000 bees in his apartment and is completely oblivious to the discomfort. Is he real or is he a just another bogie man? It's also about Alphabet City, and the truly amazing people who live ...

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  8. Douglas Adams' Last Chance to See

    Steve Bowbrick

    Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    Here's a lovely thing. A colleague pointed out that the producers of the excellent Last Chance to See TV series with Stephen Fry have dug out the original Douglas Adams radio series from 1989 and put all the episodes on their web site to listen to. A real treat. Episode 1 of Last Chance to S...

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  9. The Living World encounters the Great Bustard

    Julian Hector

    At five years old Fergus is beginning to feel like a male, he spent the previous years looking like his mother, distinctly female. He's as tall as a man's waist and testosterone has deepened his voice and developed his brain in a way to give him a greater repertoire of noises. When sexually arou...

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  10. This is the last fox post. Honest.

    Steve Bowbrick

    Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    And finally, photographs of the White City vandal, the urban fox that trashed the offices of Crossing Continents and The Report, waiting in the RSPCA's special cage, to be taken away and released. Released 'nearby' I'm told. Does that sound wise to you? Given this fox's demonstrated resourcefuln...

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